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If You Can Talk, You Can Write!

Posted: 20th July 2010 by Mike Swickey in ArchivedSite
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Many people love the idea of writing, the idea of being a writer, but when it comes to sitting down to write, well, that’s a different story. That describes most people who write at least some of the time, but it describes a trait for many that has the potential of crushing any aspirations to […]

The Revolution Has Begun

Posted: 20th July 2010 by Mike Swickey in ArchivedSite

More and more people are beginning to realize that technology holds only part of the answer to our future. A lot of the future will mean returning to our past. Since this blog is new, I give myself permission to reach back a month or so for this excellent post by Douglas Johnston of DIY […]

Saving Stuff

Posted: 20th July 2010 by Mike Swickey in ArchivedSite
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Most of us who love paper and keep and store our journals, our family letters, etc. eventually must ask ourselves how we are going to preserve all of the material in a way that keeps it all safe from deterioration. There’s a lot more to it than, “just look for acid-free.” Just ask Don Williams. […]

Thanks, Armand!

Posted: 20th July 2010 by Mike Swickey in ArchivedSite
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Just a quick thank-you to Armand Frasco who runs one of my favorite blogs, Moleskinerie. I am honored that he found Paper Notes worth mentioning on his site. Thanks Armand!

Journaling – What Does It Mean To You?

Posted: 20th July 2010 by Mike Swickey in ArchivedSite
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Journaling means so many different things to different people. To some, it is simply a log of what we do with our lives; what is usually thought of as a diary. To others, journaling is a longer-form method of writing our thoughts, feelings, reactions, etc. It is used as actual therapy for some. To others, […]